Health cabinet secretary Honerable Mutahi Kagwe. Photo courtesy.
The government of Kenya through health experts has warned kenyans to prepare for health diseases that are coming up with the current weather in the country. It is reported that the upper respiratory Disases cases have increased in the country and numbers are expected to rise more in the coming days. Those living in areas that are receiving rains and are also experiencing cold seasons are advised to be on look out.
Some of this areas are; Central region which experience cold seasons in the months of July to September. Disases such as pneumonia, asthmatic Attacks and Influenzas are expected to be on the rise in those regions.
Those who are having childrens under the age of five years, are advised to cover their kids and follow all the advised procedure's necessary Incase their kids are affected. Those who's children are suffering from asthma are advised that the attacks might increase due to cold weather and therefore, they're advised to be near their kids and also have things like inhalers in place that will help them relieve the symptoms.
The government is till struggling with covid-19 virus which is proving hard to control despite all measures that were put in place. Kenyans are still struggling with low business projects that were greatly affected by the pandemic. Currently, kenyans are receiving second dose of covid-19 vaccines that arrived recently from foreign donars. This will help in preventing the severity of the visus Incase one contracts it.
Well, we hope that the country will win the fight against broth, upper respiratory diseases that is on the way and covid-19 pandemic that is destroying the economy.
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